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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #119507

For Sale: SBIG ST-4 & Accessories *Sale Pending*

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Sale pending payment. Thanks Mike!


Here is the venerable and discontinued ST-4 rig, in excellent condition. I bought it from Dave Jurasevich here on Astromart in Dec 2000, but never got around to guiding with it. It's been capped, in storage in my astro closet in plastic bags since I powered her up to make sure she wasn't DOA. I know, it's a darned shame, but I'm sooo hooked on visual observing. Sorry, Dave!

It has a ROM update installed circa late 2000, and the original ROM is included in an antistatic IC container. Comes with the ST-4 driver V1.10 and CCDUTIL V2.08 on floppies. Updates are available on SBIG's website. Original manuals for the ST-4 and CCDUTIL included, as are a nosepiece cap, RJ-11 interface cable for your mount, and 12V lighter plug cable. A 110VAC to 12VDC transformer is also included, but will have to be wired in place of the lighter plug.

Although not in the photo, I'm also throwing in a like new STI-4 parfocal Ronchi eyepiece, and a nice hinged steel 2 pistol case to tote it all around in.

You know this turnkey autoguiding package is worth every penny I'm asking at $575, including USPS Priority Mail to the lower 48. I prefer Paypal.

Best wishes,
Jason Glass

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